Brainfuse: Tutors are available everyday from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm MST
This service is made possible by grant funds from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) administered by the State of New Mexico through the New Mexico State Library, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs.
Khan Academy (Youtube): You may probably know Salman Khan from his YouTube videos, in which he speaks with a soothing voice as he helps everything make sense. He covers a diverse array of subjects from art history to biology. However, in addition to his wonderful YouTube videos, he also has a beautiful website, where you can watch informative videos and practice the skills you’ve learned.
SparkNotes: This site offers more than just literature explanations; it gives answers to basically every subject you will ever encounter at school. All the information is organized, succinct, and comprehensible. If you prefer reading the information over watching videos, it will be better to use SparkNotes rather than Khan Academy.
Crash Course: Crash Course includes mini lectures on history (U.S., World), literature, and science (biology, ecology, chemistry) are literally crash courses on everything you learn in class, condensed in short 10 minute videos.
Educreations: This is a great educational website that my precalculus teacher uses a lot with us. You can search for a particular concept, and a video will pop up if someone created a video lesson regarding that concept. It’s even available on the app store!
Math is Fun: Do not be fooled by the cute little drawings! This site explains some high school math concepts really well. It simplifies the concepts and generalizes them to help you understand. There are also plenty of practice problems and examples.
Quizlet: This is a great online flashcard website. You can make your own set, find other people’s flashcard sets, and study from them. You can also play games, and test yourself. Quizlet is definitely a great site to use when it comes to studying.